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$103,870 Granted to Shelby County Community Projects

The Shelby County Community Foundation is pleased to announce that grants totaling $103,870 were awarded to Shelby County nonprofit organizations and community projects as part of its spring grant cycle. The […]

Mar 11th, 2021   Southwest Iowa

$103,845 Granted to Harrison County Community Projects

The Harrison County Community Foundation is pleased to announce that grants totaling $103,845 were awarded to Harrison County nonprofit organizations and community projects as part of its spring grant cycle. The […]

Mar 11th, 2021   Southwest Iowa

$103,875 Granted to Fremont County Community Projects

The Fremont County Community Foundation is pleased to announce that grants totaling $103,875 were awarded to Fremont County nonprofit organizations and community projects as part of its spring grant cycle. The […]

Mar 8th, 2021   Southwest Iowa

$103,845 Granted to Mills County Community Projects

The Mills County Community Foundation is pleased to announce that grants totaling $103,845 were awarded to Mills County nonprofit organizations and community projects as part of its spring grant cycle. The […]

Mar 8th, 2021   Southwest Iowa

Meet Our New Team Members

We are excited to introduce you to three new members of our Community Investment team! They bring a wealth of experience and a commitment to cultivating a thriving community for […]

Feb 24th, 2021   Our Culture

Seeking Committee Members to Guide Grant Decisions

Joining a committee is a great way to learn more about nonprofits serving the Omaha-Council Bluffs metro while developing leadership skills, new relationships, and sharing your talents and insights with […]

Feb 23rd, 2021   In the Community

How to Be an Ally During Black History Month and Beyond

What can I do? If you’ve thought about racial equity, you’ve probably asked this question.  One way to honor the spirit of Black History Month is by becoming a better […]

Feb 18th, 2021   Equity, In the Community

“COVID Class” Earns CAP® Designation

When the most recent graduating class of local professionals earned its Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy (CAP®) designation it also earned a unique distinction that separates it from every class that […]

Feb 9th, 2021   Advisors, In the Community, Philanthropy

OCF & Douglas County Announce Launch of Food Services Stimulus for Locally Owned Restaurants

The Omaha Community Foundation (OCF) announced the launch of the Douglas County Food Services Stimulus for eligible restaurant and food services organizations in Douglas County today. The $2 million in […]

Feb 8th, 2021   COVID-19, Grants, News

Community Interest Funds Accepting 2021 Applications

The Omaha Community Foundation believes engaged residents are in invaluable part of a strong community. That’s why Community Interest Funds are designed to empower community members to make decisions about […]

Jan 21st, 2021   In the Community

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